The latest teaser shows Hawkeye aiming his bow at an unarmed, surrendering person.
REPORT: Marvel Seeking More Captain America Fill-In Writers as Spencer to Devote Even More Time to Clinton Campaign TweetsBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on March 9, 2016
The writer of three Marvel books has stopped eating, sleeping, and blinking as he dedicates literally all of his free time to Hillary Clinton tweets.
Looks like Han won't be going solo in this one.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Crime Does Not Pay #119, The Mighty Marvel Western #11, Night Rider #6.
See the Punisher, Daredevil, and... Mortal Kombat's Mileena?
Will this director clash with the plans?
Savage Dragon #212, Descender #11, Jupiter's Circle Vol 2 #4
The movie will open in 4D in select locations.
Previews for GLC: Edge of Oblivion #3, Earth 2: Society #10, Telos #6, Action Comics #50
Summer camp meet boarding school.
Now you can see Team Iron Man's side in these character posters.
Employment Shocker: Actor Would Consider Taking Over Successful Franchise – or – Hiddleston Open To Playing BondBy GHERU in News with Benefits on March 8, 2016
Coincidentally enough, other actors have also expressed interest in the well-known and well paid part.
This event will be like nothing you've ever seen before, as long as you haven't read any other Marvel events in the last ten years.
On this week's show we read and discuss Five Ghosts, which features the adventures of a man haunted by the ghosts of literary characters including Sherlock Holmes and Dracula.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Captain Aero Comics #22, Superman #238,242.
A 4-page preview for this week's new issue.
The President has never made a more controversial decision.
It just stands there, staring with its dead eyes.
Not ponytails or cottontails
The Disney Channel and Dancing with the Stars star brings the first big casting news other than Peter Parker.
Also the other members of Team Cap's sides
The popular Vertigo series may be coming to TV screens soon!
And we stole them from ComicBook.com and posted them here in an article that's shorter and yet contains more useful information, including the names of some of the artists involved.
The screw-up goes against everything comic book journalism is supposed to stand for.
Shocking that something like this would happen on a Warner Bros owned project.
OneNation creators, Jason Reeves and Alverne Ball, stop by the Griotvine to talk about OneNation, their recent spinoff Black Lotus, and how it is to work together as co-writers.
The polls are open!!!
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Alan Moore's swansong for the Pre-Crisis Superman, "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
Talking with HdE on the importance of lettering. What to look for, how it's done, and why it can make or break your comic.